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Rogerio Ceni made football history

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Rogerio Ceni (pictured), goalkeeper of FC Sao Paulo, sunday night marked the 86 th career goal,  the goal that brought his team a decisive victory against Santos (4-3).

South American continent not only gave Pele, Maradona, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Kaka, but also Rogerio Ceni, Jose Luis Chilavert or René Higuita, goalkeepers who so often showed to his counterparts, that football means primarily the pleasure of playing. Top scorer of the hindquarters is club legend  Rogerio Ceni, FC Sao Paulo, aged 36 years. The Brazilian reached 86 goals in official games scoring  from a free kick. Howerver, only 38 of the 86 goals are penalties, most of which are included in masterly executed free kicks.

In the last match, Ceni was the decisive man, bringing the victory to Sao Paulo, 4-3 against Santos. There has not mattered that after only ten minutes he was eliminated. He remained the hero of the game. For long time, the most prolific scorer was legendary Paraguayan goalkeeper Jose Luis Chilavert, author, among others, of a hat-trick. Ceni overcome him in 2006, dominating the goalkeeper rankings.
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October 27, 2009 at 11:19 am

Cristiano Ronaldo 2 goals in 120 seconds!

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Cristiano Ronaldo opened the score in the match against Villarreal and became the best scorer of  Real history with 5 goals in 4 stages.
Cristiano Ronaldo is just a few months at Real but already has surpassed Madrid players like Valdano or Hugo Sanchez. 120 seconds it took the Portuguese midfielder to score after a phase in which to play with Valencia’s defenders.

Pellegrini’s player scored in minute 2 and 7 share reached double marked by Real in the Champions League. Real finished 2-0 with Villarreal. The goal was scored by Kaka, two of the penalty.

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September 24, 2009 at 2:09 am

Top 20 transfers in 2009!

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The great strength of Europe have dropped more than two billion euros for the “hot” targets this summer. View the most expensive transfers in 2009. Read and Spain dropped € 477 million on transfers! View top leagues with the biggest expense!
  1.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – € 94,000,000
  2.  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (FC Barcelona) – € 68,000,000
  3. Ricado Kaka (Real Madrid) – € 65,000,000
  4. Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid) – € 35,400,000
  5. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – € 35,000,000
  6. Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich) – 30.000.000 €
  7. Carlos Tevez (Manchester City) – € 29,000,000
  8. Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City) – € 29,000,000
  9. Joleon Lescott (Manchester City) – € 27,500,000
  10. Diego Milito (Inter) – 25.000.000 €
  11. Felipe Melo (Juventus) – 25.000.000 €
  12. Dmytro Chigrinskiy (FC Barcelona) – 25.000.000 €
  13. Diego (Juventus) – € 24,500,000
  14. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – € 24,000,000
  15. Lisandro López (Lyon) – € 24,000,000
  16. Roque Santa Cruz (Manchester City) – € 21,200,000
  17. Yuri Zhirkov (Chelsea) – € 21,000,000
  18. Glen Johnson (Liverpool) -20,500,000 €
  19. Samuel Eto’o (Inter) – 20,000,000 €
  20. Alberto Aquilani (Liverpool) – 20,000,000 €

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September 3, 2009 at 6:07 pm